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Doc Quixote (1970–2002) was the 1973 NCHA Non Pro Futurity Champion ridden by Paul Crumpler of Wichita Fall, TX. He was a chestnut stallion, stood 15 hands high, and was registered American Quarter Horse #0698787. He was the first cutting horse stallion to ever be syndicated, reportedly with shares valued at $100,000 (US).[1] As a sire, Doc Quixote's offspring have earned more than $10 million including four that were inducted into the NCHA Horse Hall of Fame: Poco Quixote Rio ($1,108,773), Docs Okie Quixote ($637,707) NCHA Triple Crown Champion, Cash Quixote Rio ($604,742), and Jazzote ($586,212).[2]

In AQHA competitions, Doc Bar’s get amassed nearly 9,000 points and won multiple world championships.